In this post, we are going to look at the meaning of a quote by ‘Robert Kiyosaki‘ and it says: “Don’t let the fear of losing be greater than the excitement of winning.”
Meaning of the quote.
The fear of losing and the excitement of winning; are the two things we all face when we are about to embark on any mission or task in life.
And between these two, one must always triumph at the end of it all.
The fear of losing sometimes depends on the gravity of the mission, or tasks. Especially if it involves the financial aspect.
For instance, your house rent has just expired and the landlord is threatening to throw your things out in just 3 days.
Now your goal is to approach your wealthy uncle and seek for financial help; but knowing that your uncle is a stingy person, the fear of being turned down immediately sets in.
The case would have been different if your Uncle was the generous type.
The former therefore comes with fear, while the latter comes with excitement.
But how about the fact that a stingy Uncle sometimes gives out cash, while a generous Uncle often times lack the money to give out.
Thus your fear of the former might turn to the excitement, while the excitement of the latter might turn to fear. That is after you have already been disappointed.
So the key here is not to allow your fear of losing to be greater than your excitement, even if you already have a glimpse of what you should expect from your trials.
Rather, be excited to try at all times, and even when you fail, make a lesson out of that failure and try again.
Because no one ever loses every time.
What’s our motivation for this quote?
Our motivation for this quote is to keep our hopes high and always be excited whenever we are pursuing or carrying out any mission or task in life.
And even when we fail, sometimes, let it not be because we feared losing but rather we have a lesson to learn about why we failed.
Because that lesson is all we need to succeed when we try again.
Have a nice day!
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